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ALO at World Cafe live Philly – Sunday October 11, 2015

Over the last couple of years the members Animal Liberation Orchestra (ALO) have all been working hard on individual side projects such as touring with Jack Johnson, Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead, Nicki Bluhm & the Gramblers, and Mokie. Recently, the band have re-united and are touring this fall in support of their October 2nd new album release, Tangle Of Time . One of their stops along the tour will be at World Live Cafe on Sunday October 11th (with Yojimbo).

ALO formed almost two decades ago and releases albums (on Jack Johnson’s Brushfire Records) that are an exuberant mix of Pop/Rock and in-the-moment improv. The new album Tangle Of Time incorporates these elements, but also features a sound that evokes the California cool of the 70’s. All four members of the band contributed to the songwriting for this album adding to its freewheeling sound.

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Non-stop chaos with Korn in town!

As people are gambling countless amounts money on their casual Thursday evening, to many of metal heads have come to rage and mosh non-stop with Korn’s second tour of The Path of Totality tour! As many of these people ranging from die-hard fans to those with face-covered in tattoos, they all were nonetheless the souls that filled The Sands of Bethlehem with rage while indulging on endless amounts of alcohol.


With front man Jonathan, coming out swinging and head banging, it was only necessary for a pit of death to form and endless amounts of people moshing and eventually leaving this pit missing teeth, bloody nose, and even some unconscious.DK-foto-9581


Seeing Korn live after listening to their Nu/Alternative-Metal for several years, It brought back so many memories of my young troublesome lifestyle. Their playlist was never just focused on just their newest album “The Path of Totality” but instead it was music to my ears hearing some of their biggest hits such as “Freak on a leash,” “Coming undone,” and “Twisted Transistor.”


In short terms, after almost a decade of producing music that is so unique that can’t be replicated by any other band, they have not changed at all unlike many of the other bands that we’ve stopped listening to because of their drastic change in genres. It’s amazing after reaching over millions fans, they still produce some of the most iconic music in metal history that will never be forgotten.